Tacos, tamales and tequila to be featured at Scottsdale festival in April
UPDATE: This event has been postponed indefinitely over concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
PHOENIX — Tacos, tamales, tequila and more will be featured at a festival in Scottsdale this spring.
Taco Fest will be held at Salt River Fields on April 4 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Early bird admission tickets went on sale this week for $8, while VIP tickets are $40.
On Jan. 27, regular tickets will go up to $12 and VIP tickets will double to $80.
VIP tickets include seven food tokens, five drinks at the lounge, exclusive access to the lounge and one water or soda.
There are also $20 tequila tasting tickets available, which include 10 samples.
Children 12 and under can get in to the festival for free.
Vendors will offer a wide variety of $3 tacos and savory and sweet tamales.
Along with the food and drinks, there will be tango lessons, a tiny dog beauty pageant, lucha libre wrestling, stilt walkers, clowns and more.
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